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And though some moments on the Crows before bros support your local murder Shirt in other words I will buy this show are almost cringe-making in retrospect—Mary, an associate producer of a news program regularly bringing jelly doughnuts to Mr. Grant and Rhoda continually moaning about being fat when she was clearly anything but—over time the show gradually began to treat Mary as a woman of substance, one who began to give as good as she got in the newsroom and who, in her private life, was clearly enjoying a healthy sex life with no fears about not saving herself for marriage. (The turning point may have been a blink-and-you-might-miss-it moment in season three, when, in an end-of-night goodbye with her father, she let slip she was taking the pill.)